Desserts & Snacks

Almond Flour Brownies with Chocolate Frosting GFCF; Full GAPS

Apple Pie Gummies GFCF; GAPS stage five

Baked Apple Crisp GFCF (omit butter); GAPS stage six

Better Than Oatmeal GFCF; Full GAPS

Chamomile Gummies GFCF; GAPS stage one

Chia Energy Bites GFCF; Full GAPS

Chocolate Butter Fudge GF; Full GAPS

Cinnamon Raisin Bread GFCF (use ghee); Full GAPS

Coconut Cream Chocolate Fudge GFCF; Full GAPS

Date Fudge GFCF; Full GAPS

Easy Strawberry-Lemonade Gummies GFCF; Full GAPS

GAPS Marshmallows GFCF; Full GAPS

GAPS Refrigerator Jam GFCF; Full GAPS

Homemade Yogurt GF; GAPS stage one

Mango Berry Popsicles GFCF; Full GAPS

Orange Creamsicles GFCF; Full GAPS

Peach Ice Cream GFCF; Full GAPS

Peanut Butter Balls GFCF; Full GAPS

Pecan-Glazed Butternut Squash Pudding GFCF; GAPS stage three (with modifications)

Pickled Purple Eggs GFCF; GAPS stage three

Pumpkin Fudge GFCF; Full GAPS

Raw Chocolate Bars GFCF; Full GAPS

Savory Coconut Flakes GFCF; GAPS stage five

Snowflake Peppermint Fudge GFCF; Full GAPS

Strawberry Ice Cream GFCF; Full GAPS

Squash Bars GFCF; GAPS stage three (without the cinnamon; otherwise stage five)


** When you see the abbreviation GF after a recipe, it means that the recipe is gluten free, but contains dairy.  If it states GFCF, you know that the recipe can be made gluten free casein (dairy) free.  All recipes are GAPS legal.